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Our mental health services support people who are experiencing difficulties in their day to day lives due to mental health problems.They aim to support people to recover and live as independently as possible.With these easy access walks there’s no need to trek up into the high fells for breath-taking views, awesome scenery and a serious dose of fresh air. The first few kilometres of train track have since been flattened with a compact stone track making it a wheelchair accessible 4.5km wander.The trail starts in the Market Square of Broughton-in-Furness, marked by an Obelisk installed in 1810 to mark the jubilee of George III.If you are working with a child in need of early help that you think would benefit from the help and support of one or more other agencies. See - Core Procedures and Safeguarding Practice Guidance, Multi-agency Thresholds Guidance, Risk tools, Local Protocol for Assessment and Models of Practice.
Although there are no facilities en route, there is an information centre, toilets and parking at the Market Square and plenty of cafes and pubs for refreshments before or after your meander.
Those who have witnessed the "Beast of Cumbria" are certain it is a large non-native black cat much like a panther.